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Angharad Eyre

Teaching Associate
Queen Mary, University of London

Angharad Eyre was born in North Wales and gained her BA and MA in English Studies at the University of Exeter. She went on to complete a PhD in English at Queen Mary, University of London, with a thesis exploring the female missionary's influence on women's lives and writing through the nineteenth century. Angharad has presented at English and history conferences in the UK, Canada, and the United States - where she lived for two and a half years in Washington DC.

Subjects: History, Literature


I was born in North Wales, but left to study for my BA at the University of Exeter. Here I fell in love with Victorian studies and stayed on to do my MA with Angelique Richardson. My first career was in politics and the civil service - I worked for the Training and Development Agency for Schools for four years. After this I returned to academia, studying for my PhD with Nadia Valman at Queen Mary, University of London. I now teach part time in London and also work for an education social enterprise.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    English Literature 1800-1914
    Victorian literature and culture
    Women and women's writing in the nineteenth century
    New Woman writing
    Nineteenth-century religion
    Women's education in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Personal Interests

    Music - especially choral singing


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